New Video: “I have no idea why he would say that!”

It’s Planned Parenthood’s job to lie. It’s our job to expose them.

When asked why President Obama would claim during Tuesday’s debate that Planned Parenthood provides mammograms, even the abortion giant was baffled. A worker in a Virginia Planned Parenthood clinic admits, “I have no idea why he would say that!”

In the past two days, Live Action filmed some funny responses.

Watch the video yourself below – Part 2 of what critics are calling Planned Parenthood’s embarrassing “Mammosham”:

Meanwhile, after more than a thousand pro-lifers all across the country called Planned Parenthood clinics asking for a “mammogram” appointment, Planned Parenthood finally came out and admitted they don’t provideanymammograms. The truth is winning.

It’s not hard to see. Planned Parenthood has a major messaging problem. And we’re not letting them – or the media – forget it.

A crucial justification for the abortion giant’s entire taxpayer funding grab is gone. Today, PP CEO Cecile Richards announced she would work “full-time” to get President Obama re-elected. But even the president doesn’t seem to know the truth about the real mission and practices of the abortion giant.

As you know, Planned Parenthood’s list of illegal, unethical, and abusive activities is long: their aiding and abetting of sexual trafficking of minors; their sex- and race-based abortion; failing to report sexual abuse of underage girls; accounting fraud in California, Iowa, and Texas; and nine medical emergency 911 calls in the last year alone. Just this past July, 24-year-old Tonya Reaves bled to death after a botched abortion at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Chicago. There seems to be no end to the tragedies and abuse at the nation’s largest abortion chain.

But the hope is this: the truth always comes out in the end. And you help make it happen. Thanks to your support, Live Action will continue our fight to expose the lies and attacks against the most defenseless. We won’t ever give up.

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